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lasd_scvstation_pressrelease_badge[KHTS] – Deputies are searching for a criminal who attacked a Valencia resident inside his home Friday, robbed him and fled.

The home invasion took place in the 23900 block of Avenida Entrana in Valencia at 4 p.m. Friday, said Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Lt. Tom Bryski.

Deputies reported that a male robbery suspect gained access to the home by removing the screen from an open window climbing in, Bryski said.

The victim said someone knocked on his door and rang the doorbell a few times, but that he did not answer, Bryski said.

The victim was confronted by the intruder and then punched several times and pushed to the ground, Bryski said.

The victim did not need to be transported to the hospital for his injuries, Bryski said.

As of Sunday morning, deputies were still searching for the intruder, Bryski said.

Anyone with information about the break-in is asked to call Sheriff’s Station officials at 661-255-1121.

 

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  1. That’s terrible! An armed resident could have defended himself!

  2. Mena Lizardo Mena Lizardo says:

    Hope they find him soon

  3. Gina Nelmar Gina Nelmar says:

    This is what happens when they start letting low lives move into Santa Clarita!

    • Linda Morgan Linda Morgan says:

      No one “lets” people move anywhere. And who said they live here?

    • Nicely said Linda .

    • Who is “they?” Those “they” people are not the people I want to be neighbors with. I like to think that Scv is all encompassing. Especially because this happened right on the border of newhall where THEY (gasp) probably never drive through. Those….. Those families. Those people. Those folks making a living a supporting each other. “They” should move. Far away. WE are happy. WE like our valley. WE ARE ALL ENCOMPASSING.

  4. WTH ? ?? Where is the Xtra patrol Deborah Tweedy Al Bertieri.

  5. Linda Morgan Linda Morgan says:

    Valencia = Awesometown? NOT

  6. Description? This is scary!!

  7. Do you have a description of the suspect?

  8. Wait did this actually happen in Valencia?? Because the comments I saw last night said this kind of stuff only happens in Newhall or Canyon Country!!! Weird!!!
    (This comment is not for everyone, just the few conceited Valencia residents who make comments about where they live being better than everyone else! No disrespect to others!)

  9. Thoughts to the family who endured such a scary thing! Hope they catch all involved!

  10. No description?

    Thanks, from the neighborhood.

  11. No description?

    Thanks, from the neighborhood.

  12. This unfortunately happens everywhere even in Valencia. Be safe SCV don’t answer your door unless you know who it is.

  13. This unfortunately happens everywhere even in Valencia. Be safe SCV don’t answer your door unless you know who it is.

  14. This was in Old Orchard

  15. Andi Madden says:

    Answer the door but don’t open it. Always let people know someone is home. Most burglars don’t want to enter an occupied house.

  16. Tim Crabtree Tim Crabtree says:

    Wonder if the victim voted for prop47. Standby, its only going to get worse. Crime is on the rise.

  17. Dee Rn Dee Rn says:

    Time to beef up neighborhood watch again.

  18. Dee Rn Dee Rn says:

    Time to beef up neighborhood watch again.

  19. Chris Kramer Chris Kramer says:

    It was just north of Lyons Ave in an area I always thought was Newhall. I guess if your north of Lyons, you’re in Valencia, south and your in Newhall. Regardless of what you call it, being a victim sucks.

  20. Chris Kramer Chris Kramer says:

    It was just north of Lyons Ave in an area I always thought was Newhall. I guess if your north of Lyons, you’re in Valencia, south and your in Newhall. Regardless of what you call it, being a victim sucks.

  21. Kim says:

    SCV News, a description would be appreciated please.

    • SCVNews.com says:

      The only reason for KHTS not to have included the description (as it says, this is a KHTS story) is if they didn’t have it.

  22. Linda Matuz Linda Matuz says:

    Thanks to the governor you all re-elected and prop 47. When is a felony not a felony? Oh in California.

  23. Linda Matuz Linda Matuz says:

    Thanks to the governor you all re-elected and prop 47. When is a felony not a felony? Oh in California.

  24. Jacob Jung says:

    Do they have a better description of the suspect? Thank you

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